Concert highs and post-concert lows or, the “auditory cheesecake” of Inspiration

  It’s now a week, or three for Newcastle, since we felt the music and rhythm, “wrap around, take a hold of (our) heart(s).” And “What a feelin’!” that was. Comments from singers on the choir website forum all agree on the ‘buzz’ we got from performing and being part of such a grand scale … More Concert highs and post-concert lows or, the “auditory cheesecake” of Inspiration

Cornwall Residency round-up: Day 7 – 120 musicians take on Dvořák in a day

As the culmination of the BSO’s most extensive Cornwall Residency to date, the Truro Rusties saw local amateur musicians of all ages come together to learn, rehearse and perform Dvořák’s Symphony No.8 alongside the BSO, in just one day! The BSO’s 2017 Cornwall Residency has seen the Orchestra visit 60 different locations across the county … More Cornwall Residency round-up: Day 7 – 120 musicians take on Dvořák in a day

Cornwall Residency round-up: Day 6 – creative workshops, cakes and a cello concerto

Day 6 saw the BSO’s musicians and Associates visit locations as diverse as the rural hamlet of Gwinear and Truro, Cornwall’s only city, with an exciting line-up of workshops and community events including a BSO Tea Dance and a full symphonic concert with guest soloist Guy Johnston. As the BSO’s 2017 Cornwall Residency reached its … More Cornwall Residency round-up: Day 6 – creative workshops, cakes and a cello concerto